What is Sexual Violence (Title IX)?
Title IX prohibits sex discrimination, sexual harassment, and sexual violence in all student services and academic programs including, admissions, financial aid, advising, housing, athletics, recreational services, health services, counseling, classroom assignments, and grading.
Sexual harassment is a form of sex discrimination prohibited under the Title IX will not be tolerated at Tulane University. Inquiries involving Title IX will be referred to Tulane's Title IX Coordinator.
Tulane University is committed to providing an environment free from discrimination on the basis of sex. Tulane provides many resources to students, faculty and staff to address concerns relating to discrimination or harassment on the basis of sex, which includes sexual misconduct.
Tulane complies with federal mandates related to Title IX, Sex Discrimination, Sexual Assault, Sexual Violence, Domestic Violence and Dating Violence. Additional information about the federal mandates and compliance requirement can be found here:
Title IX Coordinator Responsibilities:
Deborah Love, Vice President, Office of Institutional Equity, is Tulane University's Title IX Coordinator. In addition to Ms. Love, Tulane also has designated two deputy Title IX Coordinators: Wendy Stark, Director of the Office of Institutional Equity, and Erica Woodley, Assistant Vice-President of Student Affairs.
Title IX Coordinators are knowledgeable about and will provide information on all options for complaint resolution. They also work closely with the Office of General Counsel, Office of Student Affairs, The Center for Wellness and Health Promotion, The Office of Violence Prevention and Support Services, Tulane University Police Department, Newcomb College Institute, the University Senate's Equal Opportunity Committee and the Tulane's Title IX Steering Committee. Together these offices, committees and Tulane's Title IX Coordinators play an integral role to carry out the University's commitment to provide a positive and safe, learning, teaching, and working environment.
Who are the Title IX Coordinators?
When should I contact a Title IX Coordinator?
Any student, faculty, staff member, or applicant for admission who has concerns about sex discrimination or sexual misconduct is encouraged to seek the assistance of a Title IX Coordinator.
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